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Eye check up camp at press club

More than one hundred journalists on Friday had their eyes examined at a free eye check-up camp in the premises of Guwahati Press Club(GPC) here. Organized by the GPC in association with reputed eye hospital Sri Sankaradeva Nethraylaya, the entire process was co-ordinated by Mantim Mani Borah from the Nethraylaya. The check-up was conducted under the guidance of Dr Hridayananda Pathak. This was stated in a release issued by the Press Club.
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